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The Copa CONMEBOL ( ) was an annual football tournament played between 1992 and 1999. It was the South American equivalent of the European UEFA Cup. It replaced the Supercopa Sudamericana which featured past Copa Libertadores champions. Teams that were not able to qualify for the Copa Libertadores played in this tournament. The tournament was played as a knockout cup. Six of the eight editions were played with sixteen teams whilst one was played with eighteen, featuring a preliminary round, and another with fourteen teams. The title was won by seven different teams and twice by Atlético Mineiromarker. All of the champions were from Argentina and Brazil. The tournament ended in 1999, following the expansion of Copa Libertadores to 32 teams. The Copa Mercosur and Copa Merconorte, which both started in 1998, replaced the Copa CONMEBOL, and the merger of those 3 cups transformed in the current Copa Sudamericana.

Format

The tournament was played in four rounds as a knockout cup. Six of the eight editions were played with sixteen teams. One edition was played with eighteen which featured a preliminary round. Another edition was played with fourteen teams as Uruguay decided not to send any teams.

Finals

Season Champion Score Runner-up Venue
1992
Details
Atlético Mineiromarker 2–0 Olimpia Estadio Mineirãomarker
0–1 Estadio Defensores del Chacomarker
Atlético Mineiro won 2–1 on aggregate
1993
Details
Botafogo 1–1 Peñarol Estadio Centenariomarker
2–2 Estádio do Maracanãmarker
2–2 on points, aggregate 3–3, Botafogo won 3-1 in a penalty shootout *
1994
Details
São Paulo 6–1 C.A. Peñarol Estádio do Morumbimarker
0–3 Estadio Centenariomarker
São Paulo won 6–4 on aggregate
1995
Details
Rosario Central 0–4 Atlético Mineiromarker Estadio Mineirãomarker
4–0 Estadio Gigante de Arroyitomarker
3–3 on points, aggregate 4–4, Rosario Central won 4-3 in a penalty shootout *
1996
Details
Lanús 2–0 Santa Fe La Fortalezamarker
0–1 Estadio Nemesio Camachomarker
Lanús won 2–1 on aggregate
1997
Details
Atlético Mineiromarker 4–1 Lanús La Fortalezamarker
1–1 Estadio Mineirãomarker
Atlético Mineiro won 5–2 on aggregate
1998
Details
Santos 1–0 Rosario Central Estádio Vila Belmiromarker
0–0 Estadio Gigante de Arroyitomarker
Santos won 1–0 on aggregate
1999
Details
Talleres 2–4 Alagoano Estádio Rei Pelémarker
3–0 Estadio Olímpico Chateau Carrerasmarker
Talleres won 5–4 on aggregate


Titles by team

Team Country Titles
Atlético Mineiromarker Brazil 2 titles
Botafogo Brazil 1 title
Lanús Argentina 1 title
Rosario Central Argentina 1 title
Santos Brazil 1 title
São Paulo Brazil 1 title
Talleres Argentina 1 title


Championships by country



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